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Lee Davis on Episode 456: Fighter Pilot, Space Commander, Mass- Murdering Plumber

Eggs Inc is an example of a relatively new class of games called incremental games. As it turns out, the subreddit… more

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clayschuldt on Bond After Bond: A Theory of James Bond Casting

I’d watch a 008 spin-off, but I suspect it would be a comedy because 008 was referred to as Bond’s replacement… more

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Matthew Wrather OTI Staff on Episode 255: Step 1: Bite Lip. Step 2: Close Eyes.

“Storm of hormones and terror” is not a bad description of adolescence generally. Or teenage punks.

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Rambler The Full Harvey on Episode 255: Step 1: Bite Lip. Step 2: Close Eyes.

I vividly remember the first time I heard Green Day.
I had just met a distant relative’s step daughter, we were… more

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Margo on Bond After Bond: A Theory of James Bond Casting

So is Bond like Dr. Who, an immortal who switches bodies, but somehow always ends up with the body of a handsome… more

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Emil on Episode 456: Fighter Pilot, Space Commander, Mass- Murdering Plumber

A game about toobin’?

I spent many good nights playing that:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-txXPY1Btk

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Tulse on Episode 456: Fighter Pilot, Space Commander, Mass- Murdering Plumber

Regarding the book title discussed in the opening, I definitely think that Everybody Poops would… more

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Tulse on Episode 456: Fighter Pilot, Space Commander, Mass- Murdering Plumber

To “well actually” Pete a bit, non-violent games have always sold extremely well. Myst was one of the best-selling… more

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Mark Lee OTI Staff on Episode 455: Don’t Woke The Beast

Upon further reflection, I do realize I’m trying to force a hero’s journey ending onto a non-hero’s journey story.… more

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clayschuldt on Episode 455: Don’t Woke The Beast

Yes, that would have been the better ending. If Beauty and the Beast were not a remake and this was the first time… more

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Naughty Shows and Nice Shows

You’re the Worst makes us laugh by exploring how far terrible characters can push social boundaries. But it also illuminates some big ideas about comedy that stretch back to the Restoration, Chaucer, and Commedia dell’arte.